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Celebrating Richmond Students’ GCSE Achievements

The Conservative Administration fully support the Council’s congratulations to local schools for the success of Richmond Borough students in this year’s provisional GCSE results.  Schooling has always been an important aspect for the council to deliver on, local parents and their children have hi

Youth unemployment has halved since 2010

Youth unemployment has halved since 2010; real wages for workers have grown for the seventh consecutive month; overall unemployment is at its lowest since 1975.

Engines Continue to Idle While Air Quality Action Plan is Delayed

Every day we read reports about poor air quality affecting people's health and worrying accounts of the impact it has on our children's lung development. We can all make a difference by altering lifestyles whether it's the journeys we make or heating our homes.

We're freezing fuel duty for the ninth year in a row

We're freezing fuel duty for the ninth year in a row, cutting tax and making the UK a country of opportunity for all. So that no matter where you come from or what your circumstances, if you work hard and play by the rules, you will be fairly rewarded.

More high-quality apprenticeships

We want to help businesses train the workers of the future as well as giving older workers the skills they need in a changing economy. We’re doubling funding for apprenticeships to £2.45 billion by 2019-20.